June 1 - June 22, 2013
Part of the Festival of Independent Theatres
at the Bath House Cultural Center
Directed by Doug Miller
Featuring Terri Ferguson and Jordan Willis
“I could have run. I could have stopped. I could have saved.”
A male war veteran -- an "insomniac PTSD freak" -- is placed in the hands
of a female military psychologist. What begins as routine treatment grows into
a battle of wills fraught with issues of power, intimacy, and the moral ambiguity of
interrogation. Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, tackles
the political and personal consequences of modern warfare.
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